Greeting from Qlu Sabah Holiday & Tours!
WELCOME to the official site of QSH Tours or Enjoy Borneo Adventure!
Thank you for visiting this site. We are a licensed tour operator based in Tamparuli, Sabah. Our premise is located in Kiulu and has become a famous tourist destination. Surrounded by green hills and beautiful river, you sure will never forget. Our packages offer you an enjoyable holiday mainly in the North Borneo. We specialize in river rafting, mountain climbing, jungle trekking, camping touring, team building, jungle survival activities, wildlife tours and cultural villages.
SABAH is the second largest state in Malaysia; which consists of 13 states and 3 federal territories. With an area that spans 72,500 sq. kilometres, topped with a coastline surrounded by the South China Sea in the West, the Sulu Sea in the Northeast and Celebes Sea in the East, Sabah sits on the northern-most part of Borneo; the third largest island in the world. Blessed with an abundance of natural resources and unimaginable beauty of its nature, Sabah is the melting pot of unique and distinctive cultural identities and ethnicity of its people. It is perfect for hiking holidays, river rafting, wildlife-watching and exploration above and below the ground.
Population: 3.544 million (2015)
Sabah's population is made up 33 indigenous groups that communicate in over 50 languages and 80 ethic dialects. The Kadazan-Dusun is the largest ethnic group in Sabah that makes up almost 30% of the population. Celebrated annually on 30th & 31st May, the Harvest Festival is the most celebrated holiday of the year by the Kadazan-Dusun to honor the Rice Spirit and to give thanks for a bountiful harvest. The Bajaus, or also known as "Cowboys of the East", and Muruts, the hill people and head hunters in the past, are the second and third largest ethnic group in Sabah respectively. Other indigenous tribes include the Bisaya, Brunei Malay, Bugis, Kedayan, Lotud, Ludayeh, Rungus, Suluk, Minokok, Bonggi, the Ida'an, and many more. In addition to that, the Chinese makes up the main non-indigenous group of the population.
Kota Kinabalu has an equatorial climate, with little variation on temperatures throughout the year - it will be hot whenever you visit! The city is affected by two monsoons each year, the first in April/May and the second in September/October.
It can rain at any time in Kota Kinabalu, but rainfall amounts vary dramatically during the year. March sees less than 2" of rainfall, while October sees almost 14".
Whenever you visit Kota Kinabalu, you'll need lightweight cotton clothing, sunscreen, insect repellent and a hat. It's much too hot for waterproof clothing during the rains, but you might find a head umbrella useful.
The Dry Season
The driest time of the year in Kota Kinabalu is between January and March. Average daily highs at this time are settled around 31 degrees celcius, with nights at a very warm 23 degrees. However, with humidity at its lowest, this tends to be the most comfortable season for foreign visitors.
Combine pristine and lush rainforests teeming with exotic wildlife, a tropical paradise of soft sand and crystal-clear waters together with world-class resorts and facilities and what do you get? This is Sabah Malaysian Borneo, the perfect business location. Create an enriching experience that’s more than just business.
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